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6 Heppner Gazette Times. January 7, 1943
PINE CITY NEWS
By BERXICF WATTENBURUEU
'Y t 0.?E HURDLES?
The ladies of the Pine City club
gave a New Years dinner at the
hall. A turkey dinner was served
at one o'clock, with a group of sol
diers from Camp Heppner as spec
Mr. and Mrs. Reid J. Busick and
family of Long Creek spnt new
Years d;y at Pine City and took in
the dinner at the hall. They were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wat
tenburger and Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Wattenburger and family.
Mr .and Mrs. Clayton Aycrs and
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Finch and
daughter Patty .spent Sunday with
Mr .and Mrs. Bert Barnes of Pilot
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wattenburger
and sons of Pasco, Wash, spent Sat
urday and Sunday with Mr. and
Mrs. A. E. Wattenburger.
Mrs. Lucy Wilkins returned home
Thursday from Portland where she
went with her son Malcolm O'
Brien who joined the navy and
had to report Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Russell Moore and
sons and Mr .and Mrs. Garnet Ab
frcronibie spent Tuesday in Pen
Mr .and Mrs. Roy Neill of Hepp
ner spent New Year's day at Pine
City and enjoyed the community
Mrs. Clayton Ayers gave a card
party New Years eve to see the old
year out and the new in. Four
tables were in play with high
scores going to Patty and Marion
Finch and lew to Lela Myers and
EASTERN STAR MEETING
Regular meeting of Ruth chapter
No. 32, O. E. S. will be held Friday
evening. Jan. 8, accoring to an
.lounement from Mrs. Emma Evans,
TAKE TRIP SOUTH
Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Gonty left
Wednesday for Fort Worth, Texas,
where they will visit Mr. Gonty's
brother Tom and family. They ex
pect to be gone three weks.
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Friday-Saturday, Jan. 8-9
James Craig, Pamela Blake, Dean
Jagger, Chill Wills, Donald Mock
A colorful eta of America's pioneer
history becomes a stirring melo
Ricliard Travis, Julie Bishop
One round-trip of thrilling enter
tainment in this good spy story.
Sunday-Mr.tulay, Jan. 10-11
Rtrbcrt Stack, Diana Barrymorc
John Leder, Eddie Albert, Ni;jel
Bruce, Li if F.iickson
Valiant is the word for thorc he
roes of the Ameiican Eagle Squad
ron who did not wait: to be stabbed
in the back. It's a story of courage.
Foreword by Quentin Reynolds.
Also "Merry Madcaps," a musical
featurctle with Nat Brandwynnc
Tuesday, Jan. 12
Just Off Broadway
Lloyd NHan, PTarjorie Weaver
The most amazing escapade of Mi
chael Shay no, the screen's most
Wednesday-Thursday, Jan. 13-11
John Payne, Betty Grable, Victor
Mature, Jane Wynuin, James
The season's fastest and funniest
; ' ''.""TT' ', UHlOM DEMANDS
BETTY HAPPOLD BRIDE
OF JAMES W. BRADFORD
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Happold
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Betty M., to Mr. James
W. Bradford at 8 o'clock p. m., Dec.
31, 1342. The ceremony was per
formed at the home of Harley H.
Hall with Dr. Perry C. Hopper of
ficiating. The young couple will live
The bride was attended by Mrs.
Floyd E. Dor.-is, Jr., matron of
honor, and William Rathman was
best man. Miss Shirley Sutton sang
Bend's "I Love You Truly," accom
panied by Diane Hall. Twenty-five
guests witnessed the ceremony and
attended the reception at the Hall
The bride is a graduate of Hepp
ner high school and attended Ore
gon State college two years where
she was affiliated with Alpha Gam
Mr. and Mrs. Happold attended
the ceremony and spent a few
days in the city returning home
Workers- in occupied Holland
don't answer advertisements feat
uring ptt-fdivp iebs in Russian
Ukraine, with "room, board and
MUSIC STUDY CLUB
HAS DINNER MEETING
Music Study club gathered for a
no-hostess dinner Tuesday night
honoring Lt. Rose Leibbrand, a
visiting member. Clever table fav
ors of paper WAAC caps had been
made by . Margaret Wright and
Following dinner the group re
assembled at the J. O. Turner home
for the business meeting and study
Arrangements were made for a
Community sing to replace the reg
ular vesper service. Some dissatis
faction was reported over the Sun
day vespers so the club decided to
try out the Community Sing idea.
The third Monday night each month
appears to have the fewest con
flicts so it has been decided upon.
A meeting place will be announced
Members of the Book Worms club
had been invited and several were
present including Mrs. L. E. Dick.
Mrs. J. G. Thomson, Jr., Mrs. C. W.
McNamer and Miss Lulu Hager.
Another guest was Mrs. Francis
W. McRcynolds of Klamath Falls.
The following program under the
leadership of Lela Peterson was
Life sketches of Arthur and Elh
t Ibert Nevin, Margaret Wright; So
lo, "Little Boy Blue" Viola Craw
ford, Violin solo, "The Rotary' Irene
Dudley Buck and John Alden
Carpenter were reviewed by Mar-
Evelyn Youngberg sketched the
careers of Frank La Forge and
James II. Rogers. Lucy Peterson
sung "The Star" by Rogers and "The
Cry of Rachel" by Mary Turner
Gershwin was presented by Rose
Hoosier who sang "Summertime"
from his opera "Porgy and Bess."
The evening's study of modern
American composers ended with
an explanation of Ferde Grope's
"Grand Canyon Suite" with the pre
sentation of the recordings, by
In a census bureau survey of 137
metropolitan counties between Ap
ril 1, 1940 and May 1, 1942, 88
counties having war industries
gained a total of 2,639.000 persons,
while 43 without war industries
showed a decline in population.
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What 7cuSiui I'Jit't
It's not a pleasant picture to con
template, but V-'ar calls for "blood
and sweat and tears." And the Army
Medical Corps, with its cllici'ci.t
nurses and its volunteer Rod Cross
"AngeVi of Mercy," needs thousands
of surgical beds for field and base
hospitals on every front.
These Two Things
These beds cost approximately $22
each. They are the latest thing in
modern hospital beds, with elevating
springs. In some instances surgi
cal cots are used in temporary field
hospitals and there is a folding bed
which may be used in ambulances.
Your purchase of War Bonds and
Stamps can buy many of these
beds for the Army. You'll sleep
better if you know our boys have
every hospital comfort. Buy War
Bonds every pay day. Invest ten
percent of your income.
V. S. Treasury Dtpartment
Is the Place to get
Oysters Served to
Other Sea Foods
Follow the Crowd
Ed Chinn, Prop.
Mrs. Francis W. McReynolds of
Klamath Falls has been a guest
since New Years eve at the home
of her father, T .E. Peterson. Mr.
McReynolds enlisted in the navy
last March and went over seas in
April as a member of the navy
"seabecs". Mrs. McReynolds plans
to accompany - her uncle, Henry
Peterson, to the legislature for the
session before returning to Klam
ath Falls .
In 1943. it is estimated there will
be only five-eighths as many tires,
including recaps, available for au
tos as the normal demand for new
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C. PtMHtr CO.. IMC.
YOUR HOUSE AND THE
We have lived so long in the
midst of plenty that we have
lost the art of utilizing every
thing of value. Now we have
to learn to salvage, re-claim,
re-use . . . every little item
we live with
But remember this: in order
to get long use out of the
things you buy, you must buy
them carefully in the first
The rigid testing of Penney
merchandise assures you
good value ... an assurance
you MUST have in every
thing you buy today.
Smart New Fashions For Spring!
Cleverly cut but simple in
spirit! Sport or casual styles
in your choice of spun ray
ons, Hake type rayons . . .
and marry -ciisp stylts in
shirting fabrics. Sizes 12
9 Stripes, flower prints, solid tones.
Il.lightful novelty trimmings!
Wide choice of youth'ul nctklims
Pleated, flared or dirndl skirts!
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Thrift Vshics in Slacks .. ."..9'J
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Peep, Rich Colors with SNOW WHITE
BORDERS. Soft fluffy terry in a handy
size 18" x 38".
STRIKING TLAID DESIGNS ON AB
SORBENT TERRY. Gay, striped bor
dors 20" x 40".
SOLID COLOR TERRY 'in firm tex
ture weave! Serviceable, handsome!
WMSt rracticcl, Pretty Larc Tahl
A Pair of Soft, Warm Plaid Blankets.